How to Make a DIY Lazy Susan & Turntable Summer Craft for Your Outdoor Picnic!

Learn how to make a easy lazy susan with no special tools (no bearings)! I used a wooden tray and made it look rustic with two layers of paint and a sanding block. This is arguably one of the laziest lazy susans you can make. The DIY organization hack is great for kitchens, party table settings, picnic tables, and more. I used mason jars to store utensils/cutlery.

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